I've come across an complex integral that I just can't seem to figure out. Basically I need to integrate f(z) = 1/(z^6-1) around the circle |z+1|=1.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

At first glance the radius of the circle must be zero in order to satisfy |z+1|=1 and therefore the function, f(z), is analytic in D so therefore the integral is zero. However, I've got the feeling this isn't correct. Am I doing something wrong?

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# Complex integral problem

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